|After installing, setting up, and configuring your LDAP user registry, there are additional configurations you can perform depending on your environment.
After installing, setting up, and configuring your LDAP user registry, there are additional configurations you can perform depending on your environment.
Modifying LDAP configuration: qp85
After creating and using the LDAP user registry in the default federated repository, you may find that your LDAP user registry is not working exactly as you would like. You can easily update the LDAP user registry and make the necessary changes. For example, you can change your LDAP Bind password.
Identifying LDAP lookup attributes: qp85
You must identify the lookup attribute configured for your LDAP repository.
Using Tivoli Directory Integrator to build a user registry: qp85
IBM® Tivoli® Directory Integrator synchronizes identity data residing in directories, databases, collaborative systems, and other corporate applications. By serving as a flexible, synchronization layer between a company's identity structure and the application sources of identity data, it eliminates the need for a centralized datastore.
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